Paul L. Caron

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Wayne State Law School Seeks To Hire A Tax Prof

Wayne State LogoWayne State University Law School is seeking to fill up to three tenure-track or tenured faculty positions. One position is for a tax scholar. For the others, we will consider outstanding candidates in any field, but we are especially interested in scholars working in corporations (and related business subjects), civil rights and social justice, criminal law and procedure, and property. We warmly welcome applications from women, members of minority groups, and others who will contribute to the diversity of the faculty. Wayne Law is a vibrant intellectual community in the heart of Detroit. Candidates not listed in the FAR and those with particular interest in Wayne Law should send a cover letter, CV, and any other materials they wish the committee to consider to Professor Christopher C. Lund, Faculty Appointments Committee Chair.

The law school will be participating in the AALS Recruitment Conference in Washington, D.C., but we will consider applicants outside the FAR process.

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Assuming that Alan Schenk will still be teaching for a while, one of the bonuses of coming to Wayne State would be the opportunity to have a faculty colleague like Alan -- a real mensch, who I am sure will be both welcoming and helpful to any new colleague. Another factor is that Detroit is very close to Ann Arbor and there are a lot of great tax academics there to interact with, conferences held there, etc.

Posted by: Victor Thuronyi | Aug 7, 2019 10:10:25 AM